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May 17, 2013 1:00pm EDT
ceiling will last until at least labor day. it will help extend the debt ceiling. in the congress that would stipulate how. >> thank you very much. let's bring in katie nixon. tax revenues have been much better than expected. we think that dus push off the debate. >> there are a lot of different places to invest arn the world. we seem to have the most room to run. what particular areas of the market do you like in terms of industries or plays. >> we really favor the u.s. right now. we think the fundamentals remain very, very strong. valuations also well within normal ranges despite the fact that we have had a 15%. >> i guess we're just not used to seeing a 15% gain. >> you know what? i think it's important. i am so glad you mentioned it. it's important to put it in perspective. gdp is higher than it was in 2007 and so were corporate earnings. >> and another guest says make way for a brand new generation of stars called the temps. about $2 billion under management. it's funny. i was talking to somebody on the way down here. we were talking about turkey and the fact that moodies jus
May 16, 2013 7:00pm PDT
not comprehend why they would ever have to do such things, as, for example, raise the debt ceiling. i don't think it is possible for john boehner to actually have done a better job of managing his out of control and crazy party in the house of representatives than he has done. but for a speaker of the house to be so unschooled in the ways of american criminal law, american injuris prudence, to be so reckless with language and ideas, to be saying that someone should go to jail without even knowing who he is talking about, without even knowing what the case against the person is, without even knowing that person's defense means in the controversy involving the irs, the republican speaker of the house has become washington's new joe mccarthy, the raving alcoholic senator of the 1950s who threw blind accusations everywhere. now as i've been pointing out all week, rank ignorance of the law is the driving force of what washington perceives to be the scandal at the irs. i've been telling you since monday that washington is so desperately ignorant of the law on 501(c)(4) tax exempt organizations that no
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